The party told BuzzFeed News that pubs have raised concerns about stocking Co-ALE-ition beer because it’s now linked to the Tories.
David Cameron and Ed Miliband were quizzed on the same show. But do their claims add up?
“That’s not the question,” the prime minister said. “Well it’s the question I’m asking,” Jeremy Paxman retorted.
The interviewer returned to our screens with the #BattleForNumber10 sort-of debate. And oh, how we’ve missed him.
The prime minister handed out souvenir beers at the coalition’s final cabinet meeting. But we’ve seen that name before…
In an interview with the BBC, the prime minister tipped George Osborne, Theresa May and Boris Johnson as potential successors if and when he stands down.
The prime minister talked candidly about the election battle, his use of technology, and his vision for the country. (Oh, and Game of Thrones.)
David Cameron made the remarks during an interview at a BuzzFeed Brews event in London.
The prime minister admitted to BuzzFeed that he sneaks a peek at his mentions from time to time.
He also told BuzzFeed Brews he was “very proud” of introducing same-sex marriage.
SPOILER ALERT. (Blame the prime minister).
The prime minister told BuzzFeed News that no one on his team was tasked with preparing for another coalition.
The prime minister signalled his readiness to debate his rivals in an interview with BuzzFeed News.
In the first international edition of BuzzFeed Brews, the prime minister talks to Jim Waterson, deputy editor of BuzzFeed UK. You can watch the Facebook live stream below.
No one comes out of this looking good. In Alex Salmond’s case I mean that particularly literally.
The UKIP leader’s comments have sparked criticism from other parties, but he’s sticking to his guns. The Muslim Council of Britain also rejected Farage’s claims that British Muslims were to blame for concerns about immigration, referring to polls that showed they strongly identify with the country.
The PM said he’d like a debate between “the two leaders who can call the tune – me and Alex Salmond”.
PMQs is wearing pretty thin for the deputy prime minister after five years on the government benches. Don’t worry, Nick – only two sessions left…
Campaigners said the Tories’ new planning policy will take money away from low-income renters and hand it to first-time buyers.
How a teenager from west London became the world’s most notorious killer.
“Chiquitita” becomes “UKIPtita”.
They’d rather the prime minister looked like a chicken than take the risk of Ed Miliband delivering an impressive performance.
But in this election the prime minister wants nothing to do with debates during the short campaign.
A small group of high-level donors are bankrolling the party’s election campaign.
The chancellor gave a viewer tips on how to avoid inheritance tax and still claim old-age care from the state. “I probably shouldn’t be advocating this on television,” he said back in 2003.
First “chillaxing” and now this. Via The Times.
If a Conservative government is elected, schools will receive the same amount per pupil, in cash terms, in 2020 as they did in 2010. The amount will not rise with inflation.
BuzzFeed News can reveal that the answer is 72.